Police Use Taser to Subdue Groom, Daughter at Church Wedding in New York

Police used a stun gun to subdue two people at a wedding reception after a ruckus erupted over the band.

The bride, the groom and the couple's daughter were arrested at Saturday's Westchester County event, according to police officials. Police subdued the groom and the daughter.

Port Chester Police Lt. James Ladeairous said department guidelines allow officers to use a Taser stun gun when they can't otherwise get control of a suspect.

The 21-year-old daughter and her father were left with bruises, said the daughter. Both were arrested on misdemeanor charges, while the bride faces a felony criminal mischief charge. The couple was legally married 22 years ago but had a long-delayed church wedding Saturday, according to the daughter.